Tunisia and Republic of Korea sign partnership agreement in public procurement

December 9, 2022

TAP) - The High Authority for Public Procurement (HAICOP) and the Korean Public Procurement Service (PPS), on Thursday, signed an agreement in Tunis to share expertise and strengthen the Tunisian capacities in the digitalisation of public procurement.

The agreement aims to promote tripartite cooperation between Tunisia, the Republic of Korea and countries that want to share this pilot experience with Tunisia in order to allow the country to stand out in the field of public procurement given its positioning in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

It also aims to further support HAICOP by providing the necessary technical assistance to develop the e-procurement system, learn about new technologies and international standards and adopt efficiency and capacity-building indicators in this field, says a press release from the Prime Ministry.


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